GitHub - maqp/tfc: Tinfoil Chat - Onion-routed, endpoint secure messaging system (v1.19.12 released) github.com/maqp/tfc
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GitHub - maqp/tfc: Tinfoil Chat - Onion-routed, endpoint secure messaging system (v1.19.12 released) github.com/maqp/tfc
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GitHub - joostjager/whatsat: End-to-end encrypted, onion-routed, censorship-resistant, peer-to-peer instant messaging over Lightning github.com/joostjager/wha…
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Monero security GUIDE - Maintaining Privacy and Security while handling with MONERO

This is a Little tutorial/Guide on how to Maintain Privacy and Security while handling MONERO

Operating Systems

- Tails OS with maximum security (https://tails.boum.org)- Qubes OS in a VM in a hardend Linux enviroment (https://www.qubes-os.org/)

Computer Security

- VeraCrypt Full disk encryption (Only as safe as your Password) https://www.veracrypt.fr/- Tails or Tor as a Proxy (Start Tor browser and configure 127.0.0.1:9050 as Proxy in your Network settings)- Check any devices/usbs plugged and only store your wallet keys in a Live os- TURN OFF YOUR COMPUTER WHILE NOT USING IT!

Virtual Private Networks

- Delete all VPNs they are useless for Security/Anonymity (For thespecific Threat model I talk about VPNs are usefull for country/websiteblocking)

Monero Wallets

I will not cover ANY web/mobile/ wallets cause these are unsafe as youneed to trust a Third-Party storing your Private Keys and IpΒ΄s/KYCinformation. I also wont cover Hardware wallets in this thread.

- Official Monero GUI wallet (https://getmonero.org/)- Featherwallet (Featherwallet.org) (Beta)

How to install these wallets on Tails here is a guide: http://www.xmrguide42y34onq.onion/tails

Remote/Local Full Nodes and how to use them

There are many ways to connect to the monero Blockchain over Nodes,Remote nodes are the most used once cause its convinient to only need toconnect to a other persons server which already downloaded the wholeblockchain so there is no need to download it yourself.

Remote nodes are seriously dangerous cause you need to trust a Third-Party for handling your Transactions.Only use them while transfering "Clean" funds and only use Hidden Service Remote nodes! (List of remote Nodes)

Now there are 2 more options,First one is to host a remote node yourself so its completely in yourown hands.There are projects like PiNode XMR which allow you to do thatpretty easy with a cheap 50$ Rasperry Pi 4 (https://github.com/monero-ecosystem/PiNode-XMR)

The other option is to download the whole Blockchain(Curerntly 68GB)yourself and import it into your Wallet(Works on both Feather and MoneroGUI) a nice tutorial on how to do that on Tails ([https://www.reddit.com/r/Monero/comments/h8pbc2/guide_setting_up_a_monero_full_node_on_tails/](https://www.redd

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Farming Mastery XP

Is there a way to see how much Farming mastery xp you have for each seed after you've reached mastery 99?


Edit: I tried looking around a bit more extensively but couldn't really find anything. Maybe I missed something but I opted to use a third party route to get this information.

By downloading your save and inputting the string into Melvoredit you can see the mastery xp of each individual skill. After inputting the string, click the middle box then search for "11": {. The values below will be the mastery xp for each individual item. The values correspond to the following seeds:

  1. Potato Seeds
  2. Onion Seeds
  3. Cabbage Seeds
  4. Tomato Seeds
  5. Sweetcorn Seeds
  6. Strawberry Seeds
  7. Watermelon Seeds
  8. Snape Grass Seeds
  9. Oak Tree Seeds
  10. Willow Tree Seeds
  11. Maple Tree Seeds
  12. Yew Tree Seeds
  13. Magic Tree Seeds
  14. Carrot Seeds
  15. Garum Seeds
  16. Sourweed Seeds
  17. Mantalyme Seeds
  18. Lemontyle Seeds
  19. Oxilyme Seeds
  20. Poraxx Seeds
  21. Pigtayle Seeds
  22. Barrentore Seeds

Hopefully in the future these values will be easier to find but for now it will do I guess.

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Groestlcoin 7th Anniversary Release

Groestlcoin 7th Anniversary Release

The past year of Groestlcoin must be the strangest year for the world in the existence of the coin so far. Covid-19 has and continues to dominate the headlines. Our hearts go out to everyone that has been affected by the virus, directly or indirectly.

This year has also seen a meteoric rise in Bitcoin and the total cryptocurrency market cap whilst the global economy almost grind to a halt in many industries. Many countries have implemented expensive policies to try to negate a recession, leading to a significant rise in new money being printed. On the brighter side, the development of Groestlcoin has been largely unaffected by the pandemic and we have a further 9 (12, including testnet) development updates to bring you today.

We will start with the brand new releases and then move on to the updates to existing applications which we are committed to keeping updated for security and functionality updates.

[ALL NEW] GRS (Wallet) Released β€” Testnet Version also available

GRS is a fast, easy, sexy Android mobile wallet. Sticking to our core philosophy we neither hold nor have access to users’ Groestlcoins. GRS is a real standalone server-less Groestlcoin client. Using SPV mode, GRS connects directly to the Groestlcoin network with the fast performance you need on a mobile device.

GRS is designed to protect you from malware, browser security holes and physical theft. With AES hardware encryption, app sandboxing and verified boot, GRS represents a significant security advance over web and desktop wallets.

Usually greater security inherently comes at the cost of the user experience, but GRS maintains a simple design principle to ensure a fantastic user experience with a simple and secure backup phrase, so your funds are never lost. Please store your secret phrase somewhere safe!

Features:

  • Simplified payment verification for fast mobile performance.

  • No server to get hacked or have downtime.

  • A single backup phrase that works forever.

  • Private keys never leave your device.

  • Import password-protected paper wallets.

  • Payment protocol payee identity certification.

  • Installation on rooted devices is strongly discouraged. > GRS is available in the Google Play Store, here: [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.groestlcoin.groestlwallet](https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.groestlcoin.groestlw

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Stardew Valley MinMax Tutorial - Perfect Farm - Most Money - All Accomplishments - All Collections

COME AND FIND - Guano-Mystro - ON TWITCH -- https://www.twitch.tv/guanomaestro --

https://preview.redd.it/o7sj9q2tgwr51.jpg?width=1280&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=c5f414febb24945c22c74ca780f491327e792ad6

This is the ultimate guide for Stardew Valley Min-Maxers. If maximizing the value of your farm and doing everything that is possible, with zero mods in the shortest period of time interests you - welcome to nirvana. Each day will be logged here with relevant images to see exactly how it was done.

Let us begin the process...

The key to mastering a MinMax farm on Stardew Valley is in planning out the first two years. Prices change for all purchasable resources after Year 1. The main objective is creating a maximum sustainable flow of gold with the least amount of effort and to plant approx. 2,000 Ancient Fruit Seeds on Year 3, Spring, Day 1 . Here is a list of tips to create the perfect MinMax farm!!

  1. At the beginning, time and energy the most valuable resources, so be as efficient as possible. Want a perfect day? Plan it out and expect to do it multiple times. Scout out foraging item locations, create a forage list and ideal route then start the day over at the beginning.
  2. The first day has to be a huge forage day to maximize your crop area. Restart your game until you get at least 500g in other foragable items including worms with artifacts = 250g and garbage cans(Stardrop Saloon can give you a meal worth a lot too). It might take 20-30 restarts, but it's worth it. Using concepts of compound interest you will generate Min-Max greatness!
  3. Farming/Fishing Skills will naturally progress spending extra energy/time fishing for gold to buy more Parsnip/Potato/Cauliflower Seeds to plant the first Spring. Get the Training Rod!!!
  4. Foraging must be at level 4 by Spring, Day 15 to take advantage of Salmonberry Season. This is the first source of energy to mitigate the 1am energy penalty.
  5. Spring Onions will keep you alive and farming until Year 1, Spring, Day 15 - be sure to get all of them every day. They are located on Sewer Island in the lower right corner of Cindersnap Forest.
  6. Make Linus the first friend to 3 hearts, he will mail a recipe for Sashimi. Sashimi is an unlimited form of energy cooked from the garbage fish harvested from Crab Pots placed in the farm's two ponds. Plus, it's emergency gold if you need it.
  7. Completing the JojaMart improvements or completing the Communit
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Weekly Dev Update 12/10/2020

Hey Y’all,

The dev update is a little later this week due to the craziness of the Loki Salty Saga hardfork. All bases were loaded with Salty Saga this week, obviously this involved lots of work on Loki core and the Loki wallets to make sure everything was working for the hardfork. The hardfork has also made a new and improved Session onion requests protocol possible, which the Session team is now focused on implementing. Meanwhile, the Lokinet team worked on ensuring the Windows GUI is properly functioning and assessing the stability of the network as the hardfork occurred.

Loki Core

Loki Wallets

  • Sweep/send all will now send all funds, incl. those in sub addresses [https://github.com/loki-project/loki-electron-gui-wallet/pull/220](https://github.com/loki-project/loki-elect
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Does an overpayed invoice result in lost funds?

I lost some funds while playing with different lightning wallets.

  1. Blue Wallet: created a invoice for 5sat
  2. Phoenix Wallet: cleared my wallte using the "send all" feature -525934sat
  3. Blue Wallet: +5sat

Does an overpayed invoice result in lost funds?

Update: BOLT-04:

if the amount paid is more than twice the amount expected:

  • SHOULD fail the HTLC.
  • SHOULD return an incorrect_or_unknown_payment_details
    error.
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Groestlcoin June 2020 Release Notes!

Groestlcoin June 2020 Release

As 2020 continues to unravel with people worried about their health, livelihoods, jobs and general way of life, one thing at least can remain constant - Groestlcoin's release schedule. We at the core Groestlcoin team really hope everyone is doing well and coping with what 2020 is throwing at us all. For anything to change in this world, major and seemingly dramatic change and chaos unfortunately needs to first ensue but rest assured everyone will come out of 2020 much stronger people! The Groestlcoin team have been working on a vast amount of new technology during these uncertain periods which we would like to share with you today.

Groestlcoin Core 19.1

The full list of changes in Groestlcoin Core 19.1 are too long to list here so we won't bore those who do not want to see every slight change here. For that, please go to https://github.com/Groestlcoin/groestlcoin/blob/2.19.1/doc/release-notes/release-notes-2.19.1.md. Instead we will list a general list of changes here. We recommend upgrading to this version if you are running a full node yourself.

  • New User Documentation
  • New and updated RPCs
  • New Settings Implemented and other settings updated
  • GUI Changes
  • RPC and configuration options removed or deprecated
  • P2P improvements
  • Various low-level changes

How to Upgrade?

Windows

If you are running an older version, shut it down. Wait until it has completely shut down (which might take a few minutes for older versions), then run the installer.

OSX

If you are running an older version, shut it down. Wait until it has completely shut down (which might take a few minutes for older versions), run the dmg and drag Groestlcoin Core to Applications. Users running macOS Catalina need to "right-click" and then choose "Open" to open the Groestlcoin Core .dmg.

Downloads

Download the Windows Installer (64 bit) here: https://github.com/Groestlcoin/groestlcoin/releases/download/v2.19.1/groestlcoin-2.19.1-win64-setup-unsigned.exe

Download the Windows binaries (64 bit) here: https://github.com/Groestlcoin/groestlcoin/releases/download/v2.19.1/groestlcoin-2.19.1-win64.zip

Download the OSX Installer here: https://github.com/Groestlcoin/groestlcoin/releases/download/v2.19.1/groestlcoin-2.19.1-osx-unsigned.dmg

Download the OSX binaries here: https://github.com/Groestlcoin/groestlcoin/releases/download/v

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⚑ Lightning Network Megathread ⚑

^Last ^updated ^2018-01-29

This post is a collaboration with the Bitcoin community to create a one-stop source for Lightning Network information.

There are still questions in the FAQ that are unanswered, if you know the answer and can provide a source please do so!


⚑What is the Lightning Network? ⚑


Explanations:

Image Explanations:

Specifications / White Papers

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User Guide, FAQ and 10 Commandments

Dear Wasabikas,

Thank you all for taking the time to consider your privacy, and welcome to the community. This post is a guide for using Wasabi and should be read before reaching out for help. Currently Wasabi Support accepts questions in the following languages: English, Spanish (espaΓ±ol), French (franΓ§ais), Russian (Русский), Italian (italiano) and Hungarian (magyar).

Our support team now has a dedicated PGP key set:

PGP Fingerprint: 30FE 98B2 6219 2F35 72BB 9C6D F8FC B536 5407 1408

You may choose to ask for help more discretely through DM, or perhaps you have sensitive information that you may need to share. We recommend encrypting data against the support key, however you may choose to encrypt messages against any of the following keys you trust (you may also encrypt against several keys).

After you have looked through the commandments, please check out our FAQ written by 6102bitcoin, and our community built documentation:
https://github.com/zkSNACKs/WalletWasabi/blob/master/WalletWasabi.Documentation/FAQ.md
https://docs.wasabiwallet.io/

The Ten Commandments

1 - Wasabi is for defense only

2 - Verify the integrity of your software

Wasabi Wallet is an open-source project with many contributors. When downloading the wallet, you may chose to go to the official site or to the official GitHub to build from source. Wasabi is available at our official site:

https://wasabiwallet.io/ (Clear-net)

http://wasabiukrxmkdgve5kynjztuovbg43uxcbcxn6y2okcrsg7gb6jdmbad.onion

Please check signatures after completing downloads, the concern here is that you may accidentally fall for a phishing attempt and be on a malicious site downloading a malicious piece of software.

Alternatively, you may also build the code from source here, instructions are available here:

https://github.com/zkSNACKs/WalletWasabi

3 - Keep your mnemonic words and password safely stored (BOTH!)

When creating a new wallet - write down your mnemonic seed AND password and store those safely. Wasabi is a fully non-custodial wallet, which means that should always be in possession of your keys, and this means safely storing a backup in case your computer is lost or the wallet crashes. Often times when things go wro

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What sites and links should /r/deepweb/ recommend?

Following the closure of deep dot web, it is currently my opinion that there are no reliable central indexes of onion sites.

As a result, the question of where to find reliable links centrally and associated reviews is now more complex. Right now I have no plans to build my own site. What I will never accept on this sub for linking is:

  • Just Google <site name or description>
  • Here is the link for Z
  • Use <random online link site>
  • Use <random clearnet link site>
  • Just check <description of site without a route to reliably find it>

None of these methods are reliable.

Methods I will accept:

  • Use <link> because it is referenced on <reliable clearnet site>
  • Use <link site> because it is referenced by <list of articles and other reliable endorsements of site>

With this said, I would be interested in building a list of reliable link sites that can be endorsed in the long term.

Information I would want to know about includes:

  • Clearnet/onion
  • Identity or pseudonym of the persons running it
  • Date of founding with proof
  • Link inclusion and removal policies

Please submit links and link sites which meet the above criteria for further consideration.

Here's some sites which (just about) makes the standard:

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Race Report - Disney Marathon 2020

Race information

Goals

Goal Description Completed?
A < 3 hours Yes
B < 2:50 No
C A or B with character pictures! Yes

Pictures

Splits

Mile Time
1 6:31
2 6:29
3 6:29
4 6:23
5 6:27
6 6:29
7 6:29
8 6:30
9 6:27
10 6:22
11 6:25
12 6:36
13 6:31
14 6:29
15 6:30
16 6:30
17 6:31
18 6:35
19 6:27
20 6:33
21 6:28
22 6:37
23 6:44
24 6:34
25 6:35
26 6:27
26.2 2:46
  • These splits are not exactly correct since they were taken from Strava. Strava had me at 26.42 miles total, so the last 26.2 split appears way slower than it should be.

Intro

Sitting on the porch in the evening in July of 2017, my wife mentioned that the upcoming January would be the 25th anniversary of the Disney Marathon. Wouldn't it be fun if we planned a solo trip without our two young kids? I could even try the marathon if I wanted.

Things like this are weird when they happen. I never had the idea of running a marathon and had even said it wasn't for me. At the time though, I was already considering hanging up my soccer shoes. I had played in rec leagues for years, and I continued to get injured and have less fun. The timing was right, so I decided to give running a try!

And here we are at my 4th marathon, two years after that first one in Disney. Each race I progressed and set a new PR, and each one taught me something new. By the time I ran my 3rd in Indianapolis (November 2018), I felt like I had a process that would let me avoid catastrophic mistakes. I also BQed at 3:04:07 in Indy, but it wasn't enough to actually get into Boston this year. Time to remedy that! In February of 2019, I ran a half at 1:22:10, so I knew with increased fitness I was set to break 3 hours and beyond.

Also, sorry for the long race report. I had fun writing it!

Training

I struggled with a weird injury in my left intercosta

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Subreddit Stats: Nepal top posts from 2015-04-25 to 2020-07-25 05:09 PDT

Period: 1917.93 days

Submissions Comments
Total 999 32194
Rate (per day) 0.52 16.78
Unique Redditors 576 4521
Combined Score 210982 152385

###Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 4874 points, 1 submission: /u/hfxgfx

    1. POKHARA, LAKESIDE - Mahaseer cafe (4874 points, 163 comments)
  2. 3264 points, 8 submissions: /u/ThinAsAStick

    1. I made a pixel art of Shankhamul bridge. (827 points, 70 comments)
    2. New Baneshwor, pixel art (561 points, 30 comments)
    3. Fewa lake, pixel art (535 points, 45 comments)
    4. Milky Way over Rara, October 2017 (422 points, 30 comments)
    5. View from Buddha mandir, en route to Gosaikunda, Jan 2019 (290 points, 21 comments)
    6. I tried to colourize this photo of Thapathali from 1880 AD (279 points, 9 comments)
    7. Machhapuchhre lit by moonlight, Dhampus 2018 (222 points, 18 comments)
    8. Fewa Lake after a heavy storm, May 2019 (128 points, 13 comments)
  3. 2645 points, 8 submissions: /u/sahilian

    1. ΰ€¨ΰ€―ΰ€Ύΰ€ ΰ€¨ΰ₯‡ΰ€ͺΰ€Ύΰ€² (505 points, 33 comments)
    2. scenario (493 points, 179 comments)
    3. dalmot is all about badam (450 points, 42 comments)
    4. ohh shit! I'm giving them content (319 points, 37 comments)
    5. Nepalese together strong (249 points, 75 comments)
    6. tell me something more late than 'Melamchi Ko Pani' (236 points, 51 comments)
    7. o mai lot! (216 points, 18 comments)
    8. soap opera intensifies (177 points, 9 comments)
  4. 2157 points, 11 submissions: /u/sulu13

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PiNode-XMR (Single board computer Plug and Play Full Monero Node) Free image download and updated to v2.12.19. **Lots of new features**

https://preview.redd.it/f81i3qsnr6941.jpg?width=740&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=da729d5a37c1be43832d7cf2ccdce6ccc4c4d637

Main project page with manual and screenshots https://github.com/shermand100/pinode-xmr

Download PiNode-XMR_v2.12.19_m0.15.0.1.img -Hosted on Google drive - 6.45GB

SHA256 Hash: 0EE90EEC65F430DC89FB3236474AA576BA0AFFFF4005B044FFE40D4A47B148F0

Hardware: Raspberry Pi 3/4 including B and + models

New Features:

  • Onion Monero Blockchain Explorer by /u/mWo12 included.
  • Auto loading menu for Monero updates, and script that auto detects, formats and mounts attached USB drives. Labels drive for simple detection by future versions of PiNode-XMR so the blockchain is maintained between versions.
  • Public node - RPC_payments ready. Receive payment* for running a node (more info here) Pending monero/pull/6260 ( context of issue monero/issues/3083 )

All features:

  • 4 Node modes (click to start)
    • Private Node
    • tor bridging Node - routes your transactions through the tor network
    • Public Node - Using new RPC payment feature* - soon
    • Private Node - with mining (For education/experiment only)
  • Simple control with Web-UI
    • View Monero node and hardware status
    • Control bandwidth, connection limits and RPC port
    • Transaction pool and summary viewer
    • View connected peer info
    • Monerod log file view page
  • Easy setup menu for config of passwords, USB storage, Update and optional dynamic DNS.
  • All the benefits of running on a Pi, silent/fanless, low power (approx 15w) for 24/7 node, low cost.
  • Headless (No need for extra monitor,keyboard,etc) and connect via Ethernet or WiFi**

Background:

I've been making nodes for other coins for a few years to learn about some crypto basics. It got a bit of interest for I have a site https://PiNode.co.uk but recently far more advanced projects have come on the scene (such as RaspiBlitz for Bitcoin) which was so far superior there was no sense pursuing it . However there are benefits for Monero users running their own node and we didn't have that quality of plug and play node. So I've been giving

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Now that CISA has passed, here are some tips to protect your Privacy, Anonymity, and Security (x-post from /r/YouShouldKnow)

[PSA--Long post ahead. tl;dr for the first half of this: You might be getting spied on. Skip to the numbered part and I'll teach you how to protect yourself. I will not explain in detail how these things work in this post, because I want anyone, regardless of their tech prowess, to find these suggestions accessible. It is also because I am by no means an expert in this area, and do not wish to spread misinformation. Luckily, the information is readily available all over the net, if you would like to know more.]

> (UPDATE 12/20/2015: I just want to point out that I am aware that a few of my suggestions have been disputed in the comments. I am OKAY with that. In fact, I encourage it. A few people seem to be getting heated, and there is just no reason for that. I am just some dude on the internet looking to help out. These are all just suggestions that work for me. I am sharing with you what I know. None of these tips will cause you any harm, I promise, though an alternative might suit your purposes better. Please, I implore you to take what I say with a grain of salt and do your own research. Feel free to tell me I'm wrong in the comments, but please be kind to one another. I will make updates and corrections as needed, so please check back now and again.)

I promise, I am not as crazy and paranoid as this post is about to make me seem. This is just an important issue to me as a techy/geek. This is important for you as well, I swear, so grab your tinfoil hats and come to Crazy Town with me for a moment.

Basically, CISA has been signed into law. For those that don't know what this means, many corporations and the Department of Homeland Security now have greater access to your online activity and can do with it what they will. There are scary implications of this that I could ramble about; but, honestly, they will probably never happen to you or I. But it's the principle of the thing that concerns me.

There are three important things that everyone should have a right to as a "citizen of the internet": Privacy, Anonymity, and Security. CISA is a blatant invasion of the first two, particularly Privacy. You do not have to be doing anything illegal to warrant a need to private access to the interne

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The chatlog from #lightning-network discussing recent Lightning DDOS/vulnerability

bitPico [5:49 PM] If any LN testers see their connection slots full it’s us. We will release the attack code when ready. The network needs better protection against DDoS’s. (edited)

Laolu Osuntokun [5:59 PM] ? or report to specific implementations @bitPico? like the early days of bitcoin, don't think many impls have even started to start to cover dos vectors busy working on safety in other aspects

bitPico [6:00 PM] As it stands no implementation can handle connection exhaustion attacks by overflowing the underlying TCP stack.

Laolu Osuntokun [6:00 PM] not sure if any limit inbound connections yet

bitPico [6:02 PM] Doesn’t matter; we use the TCP half-open attack. This occurs at the kernel.

Laolu Osuntokun [6:02 PM] sure you'd still run into fd limits so that's not really impl specific

bitPico [6:02 PM] Yes; we exhaust the FD’s. (edited)

Laolu Osuntokun [6:04 PM] you could do the same for any active bitcoin node today, nodes would need to set up network-level mitigations unless the impls were super low level enough to detect something like that so would really depend on their default kernel settings

Matt Drollette [6:10 PM] echo 1 &gt; /proc/sys/net/ipv4/tcp_syncookies … ?

bitPico [6:14 PM] Our Bitcoin implementation performs round-robin disconnects to induce network churn. This is one of the best methods to prevent most TCP attacks. Churn is needed in decentralized systems. It keeps them robust. Longstanding TCP connections are bad. *ie we disconnect N nodes every T mins.

Laolu Osuntokun [6:18 PM] if it's half open, how are you detecting the TCP connections then @bitPico? well for LN the connections are typically long lived @mdrollette yeh, defenses are at the kernel lvl

bitPico [6:21 PM] Round-robin disconnects free the kernel FD’s. There is also App level half-connect Works like this Syn Ack But don’t sent the Ack The connection is then half-open TCP connect scans work like this. TCP half-open scans are harder to detect.

ΙΉΙ‘d [6:33 PM] Is there a way to tell lnd to listen on ipv4 instead of ipv6? When I try lnd --listen=0.0.0.0:9735 ..., it is listening on IPv6 TCP *:9735 but I need it to listen on IPv4.

Matt Drollette [6:34 PM] I think if you give it a specific IP instead of 0.0.0.0 it will only bind to that specific interface

ΙΉΙ‘d [6:34 PM] ok, trying that…

bitPico [6:36 PM] Dual-stack OS will still open IPv6 Windows and Linux are VERY different TCP stacks. The behaviour is different.

ΙΉΙ‘d [6:38 PM] Nice, that worked. Thanks, @mdrolle

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Does Lightning Network Onion Routing provide TOR-like privacy?

No.

In fact, LN doesn't claim to be anything like TOR. The closest association I've found is LN claims to use a "mix-net like packet". Still, some LN proponents use this comparison to "shore-up" their arguments for LN privacy.

However, there are important caveats missing from LNs stated privacy claims which clearly invalidate any similarity between the two networks.

Persistent LN channel open/close/capacity information provides a data-point which can be used to derive information about route participants.

TOR specifically avoids a similar type of information leak by negotiating bandwidth offsets on a per-circuit basis to avoid fingerprinting by observation of net-flow.

LN payments are not and will never be as private/anonymous as communications on the TOR anonymity network as long as channel open capacities are known to network participants.

The LN onion readme (archive) states;

>...by encoding payment routes within a mix-net like packet, we are able to achieve the following security and privacy features:

  1. Participants in a route don't know their exact position within the route
  2. Participants within a route don't know the source of the payment, nor the ultimate destination of the payment
  3. Participants within a route aren't aware exactly how many other participants were involved in the payment route
  4. Each new payment route is computationally indistinguishable from any other payment route

Statements 1,2,3 are invalid during common routings.

Statement 4. I dunno...

Sample Route: nodeA -> nodeB -> nodeC -> nodeD

Statement 1 is invalidated; If nodeA (originator) has no other open channels than with a forwarding nodeB.

In this case, nodeB can know that it is the second hop in the route; it can be aware of its exact position in the route.

Statement 2 is invalidated; If nodeB knows that it is the second hop, it also knows nodeA is the source of the payment.

These caveats apply to the destination if destination nodeD has no other channels except with forwarding nodeC.

(Bonus: **St

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[Success] we launched an opensource food delivery app to help Cambodia during COVID-19. Vue.js/Tailwind, .net. Still open to intermediate level contributors, work with a mature team with good mentors and a shitty discord.

site: https://foodouken.com/

project board: https://github.com/orgs/whynotearth/projects/12

discord: https://discord.gg/5T7D33c

Hello all! We are excited to announce the launch of a programming buddies project, foodouken.com .

In Cambodia, most resturaunts did not place a priority on having websites, or delivery... everything was foot traffic. As COVID has stopped tourism (our cities main revenue source), and introduced closures, our resturaunt owning friends are going out of business. Foodouken is a way to allow them to continue running their business, free.

Our MVP took 3 weeks to build, and currently takes orders and sends confirmation emails, thats about it. Transactions are handled COD.

Next features on the horizon:

- Tenant CMS system, allow the resturaunt owners to add/remove/edit their product offering, prices, descriptions, business hours, etc. This is already designed in figma here , mostly need vue.js help to build those pages.

- live driver tracking. We host on Google cloud platform, and are already using their API for location tracking. It would be cool to do something like uber eats, which tracks your food from order to delivery. API is pretty robust: https://cloud.google.com/maps-platform/routes

- updates to foodouken.com home page, show food instead of logo

- redesign confirmation order email. Right now it is just html

- integration with facebook. Everyone uses facebook here, we could use integrations for ordering via messenger, ads, etc.

- add variable support, (no onions please!) for each product.

If you are a intermediate programmer with experience in the following, we'd love to work together. Feel free to DM me for questions:

- vue.js

- tailwind css

- .net core

- REST API's

- Headless CMS architecture

- API integrations with facebook/google.

Love,

Chris Luke

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[Global Trial Megathread] Aranea Trial

Users will be redirected to this Megathread for discussions concerning the Aranea Trial Battle. Detailed community guides may have their own posts, though it is recommended to post in the Megathread first to get a feel of users interest.

##Overview

Missions:

  • Clear the Quest: * 5% Trust Moogle
  • Use a Limit Burst: MA-X Maniple Raid Coins x10,000
  • No Items: Rare Summon Ticket x2
  • Evoke an Esper: Aranea's Helm
    ATK +20, DEF/SPR +24

##Clear Videos

Tag me to have your video linked here!

##Community Guides & Clears

This section will be limited to community guide threads (or comments) and max 5 different team setups based on the comments on the thread! (If you can link me your team using the sub’s custom css I’ll greatly appreciate it!

Basch Roy Loren Ayaka Trance Terra | Trance Terra

Ashe Ashe Tim Crowe Barusa | CG Sakura

Meliadoul Barusa Lunera Summer Fina Onion Knight | Onion Knight

Basch Ramza Rem Rikku Orlandu | Orlandu

Warrior of Light Kryla Rem Agrias Ramza | Dark Veritas

  • Note: I'm not including dodge cle
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MoneroMixer: A simple tool to help you anonymously transact or mix XMR, BTC, LTC, ETH and 100+ other coins via non-KYC exchanges on Tails OS and Whonix

How to anonymously transact or mix 100+ coins with MoneroMixer

What’s up good people of /r/onions, I’m here to share with you all a program I wrote this summer called MoneroMixer that I hope will help some of you use Monero’s superior privacy protocol to anonymously send, receive and/or mix your crypocurriencies over tor.

What does MoneroMixer do?

  • Simplifies the process of creating a Monero wallet on Tails and setting it up to work over tor.
  • Allows you to deposit or withdraw XMR, BTC, LTC, ETH and 100+ other coins to or from your wallet via non-KYC exchanges without using Javascript.
  • Objectively compares exchange rates between non-KYC exchanges to make sure that you always get the most bang for your buck.

How does MoneroMixer protect your privacy?

  • Monero: The inherent fungibility and immaculate cryptography of Monero allows your coins to become truly untraceable once you exchange them for XMR through a non-KYC exchange.
  • Non-KYC exchanges: Godex.io, MorphToken and XMR.to all do not have "know your customer" (KYC) policies, meaning that you are able to exchange without giving any personal information whatsoever.
  • Torsocks: Forces all network connections used by your Monero wallet and the Python script that facilitates the exchanges to be routed only through the tor network . This prevents IP and DNS leaks so your real IP address is never associated with your wallet or any exchange orders you create.
  • NO JavaScript: Preventing you from being vulnerable to the many known JavaScript security vulnerabilities such as XSS, CSRF, clickjacking etc.
  • NO Browser: Preventing you from being vulnerable to potentially undiscovered security vulnerabilities in the Tor Browser such as the recent Sandbox Escape.
  • Encryption and shredding: All sensitive data used or created by MoneroMixer is stored in AES 256-bit encrypted files that are only decrypted when read, then immediately re-encrypted. All files that are no longer needed are immediately shredded (Deleted so they cannot be recovered).

How do you send, receive, or mix my coins anonymously?

Setup MoneroMixer:

  1. Download here: https://github.com/FungibilityMatters/MoneroMixer
  2. Press 1 to setup automatically or 2 to configure your settings manually.
  3. Create a Monero wallet by simply entering a name and password.

Deposit:

  1. Select coins and enter an estimated deposit amount to
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Is onion routing appropriate for Lightning Network?

The privacy guarantees of Lightning transactions are highly questionable. Onion routing on Lightning Network provides far less privacy assurance than it does on Tor, and the ability for intermediaries to control routing decisions opens the potential for them to deanonymize senders or receivers. In particular, [BOLT #4: Onion Routing] (https://github.com/lightningnetwork/lightning-rfc/blob/master/04-onion-routing.md) makes the following claims regarding the privacy it affords routed transactions.

  • Intermediate hops cannot know about the other hops in a route other than their immediate predecessor and successor.
  • Intermediate hops cannot know their position in the route.
  • Intermediate hops cannot know if their predecessor is the originator or their successor the receiver of the transaction.

There exists conditions under which an intermediary hop most certainly can know these facts. These conditions are met in some of the most commonly cited use cases for Lightning Network. It may also be possible for an well funded adversary to manipulate the availability of channels on intermediary systems to influence or control route selection.

The failure is primarily in the mix-net features of routing. Although Lightning allows source routing, route options are restricted by the decisions of intermediaries. This is different than the intended use case for onion routing, where hops can be selected arbitrarily. The difference in topology can be seen by comparing the Tor white paper to the Lightning BOLT documentation.

Every node on Tor is connected (or has the potential to directly connect) with every other node:

> The Tor network is an overlay network; each onion router (OR) runs as a normal user-level process without any special privileges. Each onion router maintains a TLS [17] connection to every other onion router.

> Tor: The Second-Generation Onion Router - 4 The Tor Design (page 4)

On Lightning Network nodes must share a channel in order to route directly between them:

> In the following example, it's assumed that aΒ sending node (origin node),Β n_0, wants to route a packet to aΒ receiving nodeΒ (final node), n_r. First, the sender computes a routeΒ {n_0, n_1, ..., n_{r-1}, n_r}, whereΒ n_0is the sender itself andΒ n_rΒ is the final recipient. The nodesΒ n_i andΒ n_{i+1}Β MUST be peers in the overlay network route.

> [BOLT #4: Onion Routing - Packet C

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[GIT] Weekly Update 75

Hey everyone!

Welcome to Weekly Update 75. This week we’ll be covering the new release, a summary of the Raiden Service Bundle article and the usual GitHub development update. The Beyond Blockchain hackathon finished on Wednesday and the announcement of winners is today. Since there is lots to cover in this week already, we’ll be going over the submissions in the next update along with the announcement of winners. Strap in!

Raiden v0.100.4 - thehighfiveghost

thehighfiveghost is the codename for the latest Raiden release. It contains bug fixes and features development team worked on for the last two months since the Rosemary release.

The new feature list contains several significant improvements to the Raiden protocol: The channel withdraw feature allows users to withdraw funds from a channel without closing the channel, permissive source routing is a precondition for the pathfinding service and paving the way for a possible implementation of onion routing which will ensure better privacy to the end-user. The most significant enhancement on the existing codebase was the improved handling of pruned blocks inside the Raiden client.

It is important to remember that thehighfiveghost is a testnet release and running it on the Ethereum mainnet is absolutely not recommended. We encourage everyone to try the release on one of the Ethereum testnets and provide feedback (new features are a lot of fun).

Raiden Service Bundle Explained

Last week, the Raiden team released a tech deep dive blog post explaining the Raiden Service Bundle (RSB). The blog post gives an update on the first set of Raiden Service implementations, elaborates on the envisaged design and function of the RSB Registry and explains how the Raiden Services will interact with the RSB Registry. You can find the corresponding release of the first set of Pathfinding Service (PFS) and Monitoring Service (MS) in the Raiden Services Github.

The article explains the role of the monitoring and pathfinding services in the Raiden protocol and gives step-by-step example of their workflow. Additionally, it reveals that everyone will have a chance to operate such servic

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Specifying an P2P protocol

I want to make a formal specification for a kademlia-based P2P protocol. The purpose of the specification is not ensuring some dynamic properties, but rather having something more tangible than a text description.

Is TLA+ a good choice? What other specification languages should I consider (maybe Alloy)? Also, if TLA+ is fine, I would like to have some advices on how to write the specification.

Note that the protocol includes some rather complicated subprotocols, like onion routing.

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Forkdrop.io Weekly Digest 2018-07-05

https://forkdrop.io and follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/forkdrop

We will be attending the Bitcoin Rodeo http://bitcoinrodeo.com/ in Calgary, Alberta, Canada on Monday and Tuesday next week. If anyone else is attending, give us a ping and we would love to meet up and say hello.

Forks: 114 ( Bitcoin: 74 Altcoin: 19 Historic: 21) - Exchanges: 90

News:

  1. Bitcoin Gold (BTG) had their hard fork to change their PoW algorithm. Is now Equihash-BTG instead of plain Equihash which is still GPU-friendly. This is to address Bitmain's ASICs for Equihash, but also the recent concerns about 51&#37; attacks. The new algo requires 2.5 GB RAM to run efficiently. This should not affect bitcoin_fork_claimer's support for creating BTG transactions. https://bitcoingold.org/equihash-btg/
  2. Bitcoin Interest (BCI) is reporting that they are experiencing 51&#37; attacks. They have or will be reverting the chain 180 blocks and coordinating with the exchanges. They are preparing a new code release in the new future with a hard fork to the transaction format to fix the previously-noted replay attack issues - this will require a patch to bitcoin_fork_claimer to continue working.
  3. There is an unmerged PR for offline transaction signing on bitcoin_fork_claimer https://github.com/ymgve/bitcoin_fork_claimer/pull/61

Random News:

  1. Building on Bitcoin conference was this week. All great stuff, but a few recommended talks relevant to privacy/anonymity: u/nopara73's talk on ZeroLink and Wasabi Wallet: https://youtu.be/XORDEX-RrAI?t=1026 Also, Adam Gibson's talk on CoinJoin and some of the concepts in mixing and defeating chainalaysis was very informative: https://youtu.be/XORDEX-RrAI?t=23399 Giulia Fanti's presentation on Dandilion is an extremely clear explanation of the proposal and distinction from Onion routing solutions: https://youtu.be/XORDEX-RrAI?t=27278 (we haven't yet watched Day 2, I am sure there is great talks to recommend there)

Updates:

  • BitcoinX2 (BTCX2)'s fork date came and went and the project is quiet - some people are claiming 'scam'. Will wait a little while to see what happens before moving this one to the 'Historic' section.
  • Removed Exv
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STATE OF F# / F# for next project

Hello everyone & Please accept my apologies for the long post!

Firstly, little bit of background. I am working for the startup company which I have co-funded and I am in charge of all technical decisions. Our only product is B2C app and we have pretty small tech team (2 people on the mobile app and most of the time only me on the backend, but hopefully we will hire more devs in future).

Even though I have been programming since before high school (mostly C & C#), this was my first real world project (probably not important but I was 21 then, and 25 now), and as it is not hard to imagine that I have butchered Domain - now we have anaemic Domain model and instead of Onion/Clean/Ports&Adapters architecture we have N-layered … thing. In one layer are Entities which are dependent on EF/DbContext in another Services and in top-most API & Web UI.

It is highly likely that within next 6-12 months we will be making some major changes in our domain models (because of business requirements) and we will be moving majority of data from SQLServer to DocumentDB (ie Cosmos). This is great opportunity to refactor most of (if not all) of the backend code.

This time I want to β€œdo it right” or at least make better architecture & more importantly better domain. And I have stumbled upon F# (I’ve known that it exists but never paid much attention to it until now).

After watching couple of videos (link1 link2 link3 link4 etc.)and reading Domain Modeling Made Functional (absolutely awesome book), I’ve been feeling that F# is way to go.

And it is not just β€œcouple of videos and articles”. We have started using ReactNative, Redux and TypeScript and functional paradigm feels way more natural and idiomatic to me. In the mobile app we also have NoSql database (Realm) and modelling β€œdomain” via TypeScript has been pure joy and Discriminated unions have totally spoiled me. We even almost went with ReasonML instead of Typescript, but

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Decred Journal β€” April 2018

This post covers what happened in Decred last month. Let's get down to business and have About section at the end.

Development

Wallet and node software version 1.2.0 has been released. Decrediton wallet highlights: improved startup experience, redesigned overview page, added basic graphs to visualize statistics and an export to CSV (helpful for tax reporting). dcrd node software highlights: significantly faster startup and compact filters to support light clients. See full release notes and downloads here, for Decrediton use 1.2.1 bugfix release.

The release process has been improved. Instead of announcing a release date and trying to meet it, a Release Candidate 1 (RC1) will now be posted. After it has been tested an bugfixed with the help of the community, a second candidate (RC2) will be released. This is repeated until an RC version with no apparent bugs becomes the final release. The new process removes a ton of pressure from developers and users and gives more time for testing. As our primary consumer-facing product, Decrediton, is growing in features and complexity, more testing will be required for new releases.

Politeia is "Getting close to a public beta of voting" (slack). Decred plugin merged, paywall and voting are in the testing stage. Ticket voting works on testnet via CLI.

Trezor support got closer as Decred patch was merged. Please note this is only firmware support, to be usable it also needs wallet integration.

WooCommerce Decred plugin alpha version is ready for testing.

Decred.org received a new sleek exchanges page.

The contributors page has been updated to add 10 new faces. Some of them are new to the project but others have been contributing for a while.

Dev activity stats for April: 152 active PRs, 125 commits, 21,656 added and 10,288 deleted lines spread across 7 repositories done by 2-7 developers per repository. (chart)

Network

Hashrate: April started at 2.0-2.7 PH/s range and

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Private mesh networks through Tor

The main thing, before getting into the weeds, is that this isn't directly useful for anonymous Internet access. It's a mesh VPN for connecting computers through Tor, privately and anonymously. Possible uses:

  • sharing files
  • backing up and restoring
  • messaging, VoIP and videoconferencing
  • websites and discussion forums
  • torrent or IPFS networks
  • git repositories
  • docker registries
  • Tahoe-LAFS storage systems

Basically, it routes tinc mesh VPNs via Tor onion services, and aggregates links with MPTCP. So you could use this for anything that would otherwise use the open Internet. But because it's routed through Tor onion services, participants can have Tor-level privacy and anonymity from network adversaries. Indeed, they can also have Tor-level anonymity from each other. And yes, you could route Internet traffic through this. But then you're running something like a Tor exit, which can attract attention.

If you want privacy and anonymity online, Tor is the most popular and easy to use option. It helps protect users, and also providers of onion services. See ELI5: How does TOR network works for a simple explanation, and How does a Tor exit node know the public key of the client? for more technical details.

But Tor has some limitations. It's not designed for transparent routing. That is, apps must include support for SOCKS proxies or work with such proxy apps as torsocks or proxychains. And Tor only routes TCP traffic, so apps that rely on UDP can't use it directly. Also, Tor bandwidth is typically low, and although mechanisms for multipathing and link aggregation have been proposed, none have been implemented. See AlSabah et al. (2013) and Geddes et al. (2014).

tinc is a VPN daemon that creates securely encrypted full-mesh private networks among Internet hosts. See ELI5: Mesh Networks. Indeed, it's an active mesh VPN, in that "tinc daemons

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BitPatron - Alternative to Patreon based on Bitcoin LN.

I have just read about this new alternative to Patreon

https://bitpatron.co/

on the bitcoin subreddit. It is important to BAT to observe that:

  1. fees are 4%, while BAT tipping currently has 5% IIRC

  2. Payout is instant, while BAT tipping requires a few days, maybe even 30days.

  3. Payments can also be essentially anonymous, thanks to the onion routing mechanism of the LN (see also recently added tipping feature: https://github.com/lightningnetwork/lnd/pull/2455)

This is just to say that things are evolving quickly and that current Patreon's 'industry standards' might become obsolete soon. I hope Brave can compete !

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[GIT] Weekly Update 71

Hey everyone!

Welcome to Weekly Update 71. This will be a dual-Weekly Update, the stars didn’t align last week so we’ve combined it into a larger update for double the fun. To begin with, Raiden participated in β€˜The State-of-the-Art in Scaling Solutions’ panel at CogX, the workonblockchain.com developer workshop and, more recently, a developer research call focused on routing in state channels. This update will cover these events and some of the additions to developer onboarding experience, as well as the usual development progress. Strap yourself in!

Raiden developer portal update

The Raiden Developer Portal was initially introduced a couple of months ago in preparation for the ETHCapeTown hackathon. It provides all the resources a developer needs to start building a dApp on top of Raiden.

After collecting valuable feedback from the community, the team released the next iteration of the Raiden Developer Portal. The updated version provides links to the documentation, more example projects, API examples, download section, and more, all in one place. As the project progresses and Raiden’s ecosystem grows, additional resources and useful links will be added along the way.

Although the main target audience of the developer portal is developers, it’s a great learning resource to anyone with basic technical knowledge interested in Raiden tech. If you have a suggestion on how to improve the dev portal, feel free to share your ideas on the official subreddit or via twitter.

Layer 2 Community Call #1: Routing in state channel networks

Last week members of the Raiden team participated at the first iteration of the Layer 2 Community Call. The call was organized by the GEO Protocol team and the plan is to continue this practice once a month. The general topic for the second call has already been agreed to and it will be channel monitoring in state channel networks.

Participants of the first call were a great mix of both developers and researchers working in the L2 field. Dominik Schmid (Raiden), Karl Bartel (Raiden) and Dima Chizhevsky (GEO Protocol) brought developer perspective to the discussion while Patrick McCorry

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Weekly Dev Update 29/06/18

Hey Y'all Got a winter weekly update for you

Service Nodes

  • Deterministic selection of Service nodes from a sorted list has passed 2 code reviews and is merged https://github.com/loki-project/loki/pull/90
  • Service node deregistration transactions have passed the first stage of code review, fixes are being made for an immediate merge https://github.com/loki-project/loki/pull/89

LLARP / Lokinet

If you’re lucky and join our Discord, you might also catch Jeff or Ryan the developers of LLARP live streaming as they code: https://www.twitch.tv/uguu25519 , https://www.twitch.tv/neuroscr

  • Released LokiNET 0.0.1
    • https://github.com/loki-project/loki-network/releases/tag/v0.0.1
  • Progress continues on libllarp
    • Fixed DHT lookups
    • Implement CoDel https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CoDel>congestion handling (to defeat bufferbloat) and further tuning
    • Private Network inbound interface detection PR3 https://github.com/loki-project/loki-network/pull/3
    • NAT public address override PR3 https://github.com/loki-project/loki-network/pull/3
    • Start on client/server api for daemon management
    • Implement "modified" onion routing
    • Finish path building, add path building management
    • Latency/resource testing
    • Started looking at tun interface implementation PR3 https://github.com/loki-project/loki-network/pull/3
  • Updated LLARP's command line utility
    • locate goes online and queries the DHT for information on a RC's public signing key PR3 https://github.com/loki-project/loki-network/pull/3
    • localInfo provides information about your local RC PR3 https://github.com/loki-project/loki-network/pull/3
  • GitHub Pulse Stats for the last week: Excluding merges, 2 authors have pushed 38 commits to master and 38 commits to all branches. On master, 144 files have changed and there have been 9,172 additions and 1,140 deletions.
  • All changes can be found at https://github.com/loki-project/loki-network/commits/master

Architecture Team

  • Whitepaper V3 is in a roundtable edit phase and 3rd party review, should be published mid - late next week
  • We have continued to work with Dr Brendan Markey Towler and we have produced an 11 page paper detailing the game theoretical approach for how the staking requirement should be set, we still need to graph out some final values but were getting close to presenting our model

Loki Android Wallet

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BAT Community Weekly Update: 07/06/2018 to 07/13/2018 β€” Brave makes Top 10 list in the Play Store in 21 countries, launches new website homepage, Brave v1.0 coming this fall + Crypto-out option for Brave wallet

Welcome to this week's BAT Community Weekly Update! Big thanks to u/murphD for this great contributions!

Brave Passes 3 Million Monthly Active Users and Makes Top 10 List in the Play Store in 21 Countries

Brave now has over 3 million monthly active users (over 3.1 million as of July 1st) and is currently growing at a pace to pass the 5 million mark before the end of 2018.

Brave has also reached the Top 10 category in β€œfree communication apps” for its Android browser in the Google Play Store in the United States as well 20 countries across Europe, Asia, and the Americas. This includes #8 in the U.S., #7 in Canada, #8 in France, #4 in Portugal, #6 in Spain, #5 in Ireland, as well as #3 in Indonesia, #7 in Singapore, #10 in South Korea, and #5 in Argentina.

Last week we issued BAT grants to Brave users as part of our monthly $500,000 BAT giveaway, so be sure to claim yours to then support your favorite sites, YouTube channels, and Twitch streamers. Check out more here:

https://brave.com/brave-passes-3-million-monthly-active-users/

Brave launches new website homepage!

Check out Brave’s new homepage!

https://brave.com/

Brave mousepads now available on the store!

The mousepad you’ve always wanted… now available in our web store!

https://www.reddit.com/r/BATProject/comments/8y1cfc/brave_mousepads_now_available_on_the_store/

Brendan Eich helps kick off FullStack London on July 11th 2018

The very first speaker of 3-day long conference, Brendan kicked off FullStack London with his keynote on July 11th!

FullStack 2018 conference returns to London in its fifth edition during July. Hosted at the Business Design Centre for the first time ever, FullStack has grown bigger and better and we look forward to another set of intensive 3 days of learning and sharing! FullStack is now the go-to JavaScript, Node, Angular and IoT conference in London.

https://www.reddit.com/r/BATProject/comments/8yg2ui/brendan_eich_helps_kick_off_fullstack_london_on/

**β€œCrossing the Crypto Chasm” panel d

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Using a dedicated TOR router with a Mac desktop will not work if you use Safari as your browser.

TL;DR if you build a dedicated TOR access point/router and you attempt to use said AP/router as your method of connecting to TOR while Safari as your browser you will not be able to access .onion sites.

Yes, I can almost see the raised eyebrows on this one, either because this is something so well known or if you think I'm making some dumb technical mistake on my part. Hear me out.

A friend of mine inquired about how difficult it would be to build a TOR router. I have a stack or Raspberry Pi boards doing nothing at the moment including a Raspberry Pi model 3. Instructions for how to turn a Raspberry Pi 3 into a TOR router are on GitHub and the process is so streamlined the only difficulty someone would have with this kind of project would be, perhaps, missing an extra HDMI cable or a USB-A wired keyboard.

Boom, bing, bam.. the access point router is built in short order (the GitHub instructions that left one import piece of information out - after running the sudo raspsi-config command you have to set a country code for the wifi or the wifi will not start at boot so make sure you set the country code to match your country (or some other country if you want to use channels above those allowed in your own).

After building the router/AP I connected through the AP and was able to access the clear websites with no issues. I could go to http://ipchicken.com and see that, yes, I was accessing that website from an IP address that was not my own home gateway thus proving that TOR routing was working.

But when I tried to access a .onion link, in this case the Facebook onion link I would get an error about not being connected to the Internet - basically I failed to connect to a .onion site even though I knew I was connected through TOR because of the bouncing of my external gateway verify by ipchicken as well as other methods including fetching a dummy file using curl from a publicly accessible server I keep around for these kinds of things and going over my iptables rules with a time-tooth comb and I verified DNS could resolve .onion links, etc, etc. Oh, I should note the router/AP was running Raspbian Stretch Lite so there was no desktop or X Windows installed so I couldn't test connectivity to .onion sites from the loopback (testing via loopback did not occur to me at the time).

Packet captures with tcpdump and wireshark d

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Weekly Dev Update 21/09/2020

Hey Y’all,

This week we finished up some very cool Session features, which will hopefully resolve a number of issues with unreliable push notifications. On the Lokinet side, we did some cross-project work which allows for the human-readable .loki names introduced in the Salty Saga hardfork. Speaking of the hardfork, the Loki Core team forked the public testnet a few days ago, so you can now test Pulse and other goodies. Check it out here https://loki.network/2020/09/19/salty-saga-testnet-testing-guide/

Loki Core

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Lokinet

You can catch Jeff, the lead developer of LLARP, live streaming as he codes at

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Weekly Dev Update 03/08/2020

Hey Y’all,

Last week we worked on the full β€œonionization” of Session, with the Session file server and Session open group server now using onion requests. The Loki Core team continued to work towards Pulse, with a testnet release expected soon. We also made some changes to the Service Node credit system, which will be released in Loki version 8.x.x. The Lokinet team continued worked on exit node configuration tools.

Loki Core

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Lokinet

You can catch Jeff, the lead developer of LLARP, live streaming as he codes at https://www.twitch.tv/uguu25519. He typically streams on Tuesday mornings, 9am - 12pm Eastern (US) time.

What went on last week with Lokinet: Much of the effort this week was spent on creating an exit configuration tool that talks to Lokinet to determine how to configure the local system to use the configured exit node. We are also continuing to

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Weekly Dev Update 21/07/2020

Hey Y’all,

Last week we primarily focused on the release of the desktop refactor, which overhauled multi-device and friend requests and fixed a number of lingering issues. We also continued our work on Pulse, moving towards the inter-SNode communication model which will lay the groundwork for the communication of candidate blocks and the group signing process. The lead dev of the Lokinet team is on vacation, but we continue to make progress on enforcing Lokinet operation at the Service Node level.

Loki Core

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Lokinet

If you’re on our Discord you can catch Jeff, the lead developer of LLARP, live streaming as he codes at https://www.twitch.tv/uguu25519. He typically streams on Tuesday mornings, 9am - 12pm Eastern (US) time.

What went on last week with Lokinet: Another light Lokinet update this week: Lokinet’s lead developer (Jeff) was on vacation again, catching up on some overdue rest and relaxation. We have one PR this week for the lokid <-> lokinet communication of peer stats, and have some other work in progress (continuing this coming week) on cleaning up and testing client-side configurations for configuring exit traffic routing.

Lokinet PR Activity:

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Session

Session iOS

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Weekly Dev Update 27/07/2020

Hey Y’all,

This week we worked on enabling full onion routing for the Session open group server and file server (taking over from proxy requests). We also did a system-wide review of push notifications and finished some improvements to closed groups on iOS and Desktop. The Lokinet team continued working on exit nodes, focusing on authentication and required DNS records. The Loki Core team continued to work on Pulse which is in its beginning its final stages before it gets applied to the testnet and also finished replacing some parts of the epee library.

Loki Core

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Lokinet

If you’re on our Discord you can catch Jeff, the lead developer of LLARP, live streaming as he codes at https://www.twitch.tv/uguu25519. He typically streams on Tuesday mornings, 9am - 12pm Eastern (US) time.

What went on last week with Lokinet: We finished off the Lokinet peer testing code (subject to final review) and continued to work on exit node authentication, for which we plan to make available a simple Python script showing how someone could build a custom authentication system. We’re also working on refining the scripts for activating exit mode in the Lokinet client. Finally we started work on implementing DNS SRV records for SNApps and service nodes: these are records used by various internet protocols that let you look up the hostname and port offering a service from a domain name, without needing your users to worry about a subdomain or port number.

Lokinet PR Activity:

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Weekly Dev Update 21/10/2020

Hey Y’all,

This week’s Dev Update is a little lighter as lots of the work we did this week got rolled into last week’s late Dev Update. The Loki core team is focusing on new releases of the GUI wallets for iOS, Android and Desktop devices. The Lokinet team continues to weed out issues on Windows,while the Session team is focusing on the new onion requests framework and polishing push notifications on Android.

Loki Core

Loki Wallets

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Weekly Dev Update 01/06/2020

Hey Y’all,

Last week we pushed out an update to Session Android which has vastly improved Session’s stability, and we’re continuing to work towards doing the same for Session Desktop. We have also merged 3-hop onion requests into the internal testing versions of iOS and Android Session, which is very exciting! The Lokinet team finished their first SNApp-based Exit Nodes, which started being tested on Saturday night, and they are fast enough to stream 1080p Youtube! The Loki Core team also finished most of the upstream merge, which means we will soon be back in line with Monero’s latest changes.

Loki Core

----------------------------

Lokinet

If you’re on our Discord you can catch Jeff, the lead developer of LLARP, live streaming as he codes at https://www.twitch.tv/uguu25519. He typically streams on Tuesday mornings, 9am - 12pm Eastern (US) time.

What went on last week with Lokinet: We primarily focused this week on improving support for exit-nodes-on-SNApps, and on the ongoing node testing and reporting framework for enabling future Lokinet service node performance tests. The exits-via-SNApps core Lokinet code is nearly done, but we still have some work to do to make it easier to get up and running, in particular for clients (where the necessary system network routing configuration can make things tricky).

Lokinet PR Activity:

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Stardew Valley MinMax Tutorial - Perfect Farm - Most Money - All Accomplishments - All Collections

Posted byu/GuanoMaestro9 months ago

https://preview.redd.it/dzbq2b6orwn41.jpg?width=1280&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=722c535d7a1b2be8765f62c9443d8b6b29479d7a

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COME AND FIND - Guano-Mystro - ON TWITCH -- https://www.twitch.tv/guanomaestro --

This is the ultimate guide for Stardew Valley Min-Maxers. If maximizing the value of your farm and doing everything that is possible, with zero mods in the shortest period of time interests you - welcome to nirvana. Each day will be logged here with relevant images to see exactly how it was done.

Let us begin the process...

The key to mastering a MinMax farm on Stardew Valley is in planning out the first two years. Prices change for all purchasable resources after Year 1. The main objective is creating a maximum sustainable flow of gold with the least amount of effort and to plant approx. 2,000 Ancient Fruit Seeds on Year 3, Spring, Day 1 . Here is a list of tips to create the perfect MinMax farm!!

  1. At the beginning, time and energy the most valuable resources, so be as efficient as possible. Want a perfect day? Plan it out and expect to do it multiple times. Scout out foraging item locations, create a forage list and ideal route then start the day over at the beginning.
  2. The first day has to be a huge forage day to maximize your crop area. Restart your game until you get at least 500g in other foragable items including worms with artifacts = 250g and garbage cans(Stardrop Saloon can give you a meal worth a lot too). It might take 20-30 restarts, but it's worth it. Using concepts of compound interest you will generate Min-Max greatness!
  3. Farming/Fishing Skills will naturally progress spending extra energy/time fishing for gold to buy more Parsnip/Potato/Cauliflower Seeds to plant the first Spring. Get the Training Rod!!!
  4. Foraging must be at level 4 by Spring, Day 15 to take advantage of Salmonberry Season. This is the first source of energy to mitigate the 1am energy penalty.
  5. Spring Onions will keep you alive and farming until Year 1, Spring, Day 15 - be sure to get all of them every day. They are located on Sewer Island in the lower right corner of Cindersnap Forest.
  6. Make Linus the first friend to 3 hearts, he will mail a recipe for Sashimi. Sashimi is an unlimited form of
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Weekly Dev Update 23/03/2020

Hey Y’all,

Last week we released the 7.0.x Valiant Vidar binaries, which represent much of our work from the last three months. Valiant Vidar will add features like support for full onion routing in Session (instead of the current proxy requests system), sweeping Lokinet changes involving a complete rebuild of the DHT for increased reliability at scale, and the release of LNS for use in Session and the Loki wallets.

Loki Core

Lokinet

If you’re on our Discord you can catch Jeff, the lead developer of LLARP, live streaming as he codes at https://www.twitch.tv/uguu25519. He typically streams on Tuesday mornings, 9am - 12pm Eastern (US) time.

What went on last week with Lokinet: Lokinet on mainnet continues to look good; as of time of writing, there are 853 Service Node Lokinet routers online.

This has been a light week for Lokinet 0.8 development: One of the Lokinet developers took much of the week off for some much-needed rest and rela

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Weekly Dev Update 09/03/2020

Hey Y’all,

This week we released a number of upgrades for Session, including several new features such as auto-updating for desktop and improved error reporting for Android. We also made good progress on tracking down multi-device edge cases. Lokinet 0.7.0 was tagged, with small fixes being found throughout the week. We also started upgrading a portion of the Service Node network, starting with community and Loki Foundation Service nodes β€” this will give us a better idea of how the network performs at scale.

Loki Core

Lokinet

If you’re on our Discord you can catch Jeff, the lead developer of LLARP, live streaming as he codes at https://www.twitch.tv/uguu25519. He typically streams on Tuesday mornings, 9am - 12pm Eastern (US) time.

What went on last week with Lokinet: We launched and tagged release candidate builds for lokinet (RC1 followed by some fixes in RC2). This testing release is now live on mainnet, currently running on 78 Service Nodes and growing. If you’re a Service Node operator and would like to help us with the slow ramp-up by switching some nodes over to the 0.7.0 release candidate before the final release later this month, please contact Jason (jagerman42 on Telegram) for instructions. Performance so far is excellent: connections are solid, resolve quickly

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Groestlcoin's Electrifying December 2019 Releases & Development Update

Groestlcoin brings the Lightning Network to the masses

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFOvBhlAyJw&feature=share

Groestlcoin has been on an emotional journey spanning 5 and a half years now and since being the first cryptocurrency to successfully activate SegWit, the developers have been hard at work bringing as much choice as possible to the options provided for utilising SegWit. Today brings another chapter to this story as every mainstream implementation of the Lightning Network has been ported to Groestlcoin. Groestlcoin has not been focused on a single implementation but instead has ported Γ‰clair, LND, and C-Lightning to bring the users the greatest choice.

Although extremely promising, the lightning network is still highly experimental so as a result, all channels are currently limited to 0.16 GRS per channel. The limit will be removed in the future once the system is proven stable enough. Additionally, there are also test-net versions of all implementations. Currently, Eclair is currently the most user-friendly so it will likely reach the most adoption among Groestlcoin users with LND and c-lightning being for more advanced users.

We are now announcing the greatest release we have ever done in terms of technological advancements and the sheer quantity of released technologies.

Groestlcoin Eclair

Groestlcoin Eclair is a Scala implementation of the Lightning Network. It can run with or without a GUI and includes a JSON API.

Requirements

  • Requires Groestlcoin 2.17.1 or greater. If you are upgrading an existing wallet, you need to create a new address and send all your funds to that address.
  • Needs a synchronized, segwit-ready, zeromq-enabled, wallet-enabled, non-pruning, tx-indexing Groestlcoin Core node.
  • Will use any GRS it finds in the Groestlcoin Core wallet to fund any channels you choose to open. Γ‰clair will return GRS from closed channels to this wallet.
  • You can configure your Groestlcoin node to use either p2sh-segwit addresses or bech32 addresses since Eclair is compatible with both.

Features

  • Ability to create Lightning Network channels
  • Ability to close Lightning Network Channels
  • Completely manage all channel states, including exceptional ones!
  • Supports both Mainnet and Testnet

Download

[Server Users (Headless application that can be run on servers and desktops and controlled from CLI)](https://github.com/Groestlcoin/eclair/releases/d

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Stardew Valley Tutorial - Perfect Farm - Most Money - All Accomplishments - All Collections - MinMax

This is the ultimate guide for Stardew Valley MinMaxers. If you want to maximize the $ value of your farm and do everything that is possible with zero mods in the shortest period of time - you have found nirvana. Each day will be logged here with relevant photos and accompanying videos of each day on The Farm. This will be my 6th time attempting this feat, being thwarted by glitches in my previous games, the show must go on!! Some of this will be copied and pasted with minor edits from my previous blogs, so if you see stuff you have read before-don't worry we are all still learning this amazing game together. Let us begin the process...

The key to mastering a MinMax farm on Stardew Valley lies in the first two years. Not only do the prices change for all purchasable resources, but you must create maximum sustainable cash flow by planting a 2k+ crop of Ancient fruit by Spring, Year 3. Keep these concepts in mind while you play and you too can create the perfect MinMax farm!!

  1. The first day has to be a huge forage day to grow maximum crop area. Restart your game until you get a random $500 item in Stardrop Saloon's garbage can. It might take all day, but it's worth it.Using concepts of compound interest, it will catapult you to greatness!
  2. Your Farming and Fishing skills will naturally progress as you spend extra energy fishing for money to buy more parsnip and/or potato seed to farm in your first Spring. Be sure to have Foraging to level 4 by Spring, Day 14 so that you can collect 2 Salmonberries from every bush as you forage for them, this is your first source of unlimited energy to ignore the 1am penalty. In your first Fall, Day 8-Blackberry season starts, this is your second source of unlimited energy. It will coincide with your first cranberry harvest and the building of your first kegs.
  3. Make Linus your first friend to 3 hearts, he will give you a recipe for sashimi and that will be your sustainable form of unlimited energy, allowing you to work past 1 am and ignore the energy drain penalty for doing so.
  4. Things to do as soon as possible -

a) Focus on Fishing, Farming, Foraging

b) Get to the bottom of the Mines

c) Find an Ancient Seed - Do not restart the day you find one!! - Even if it's a crappy day -

d) Budget for 1 Coffee Seed

e) Open JoJa Mart and open the Greenhouse to plant Ancient Fruit Seed/Blueberries/Cranberries and Coffee - these crops are the only ones you should ever use the 1st level sprinklers on.

f) Crab Pots, Tap

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Stardew Valley MinMax Tutorial - Perfect Farm - Most Money - All Accomplishments - All Collections

COME AND FIND - GuanoMy-stro - ON TWITCH

-- SHAMELESS SELF PROMOTION AREA -- I COSPLAY STARDEW VALLEY ON TWITCH -- https://www.twitch.tv/guanomaestro --

This is the ultimate guide for Stardew Valley MinMaxers. If maximizing the value of your farm and doing everything that is possible, with zero mods in the shortest period of time interests you - welcome to nirvana. Each day will be logged here with relevant images to see exactly how it was done.

Let us begin the process...

The key to mastering a MinMax farm on Stardew Valley is in planning out the first two years. Prices change for all purchasable resources after Year 1. The main objective is creating a maximum sustainable flow of gold with the least amount of effort and to plant approx. 2,000 Ancient Fruit Seeds on Year 3, Spring, Day 1 . Here is a list of tips to create the perfect MinMax farm!!

  1. At the beginning, time and energy the most valuable resources, so be as efficient as possible. Want a perfect day? Plan it out and expect to do it multiple times. Scout out foraging item locations, create a forage list and ideal route then start the day over at the beginning.
  2. The first day has to be a huge forage day to maximize your crop area. Restart your game until you get a Fish Taco(500g) in Stardrop Saloon's Garbage Can. It might take 20-30 restarts, but it's worth it. Using concepts of compound interest will generate MinMax greatness!
  3. Farming/Fishing Skills will naturally progress spending extra energy/time fishing for gold to buy more Parsnip/Potato/Cauliflower Seeds to plant the first Spring. Foraging must be at level 4 by Spring, Day 15 to take advantage of Salmonberry Season. This is the first source of energy to mitigate the 1am energy penalty.
  4. Spring Onions will keep you alive and farming until Year 1, Spring, Day 15 - be sure to get all of them every day. They are located on Sewer Island in the lower right corner of Cindersnap Forest.
  5. Make Linus the first friend to 3 hearts, he will mail a recipe for Sashimi. Sashimi is an unlimited form of energy cooked from the garbage fish harvested from Crab Pots placed in the farm's two ponds. Plus, it's emergency gold if you need it.
  6. Go to https://imgur.com/r/StardewValley/l0CtN and print out a
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Weekly Dev Update 15/04/2019

Hey Y’all,

There was a lot of Swarm storage server work this week. We’re getting close to a new Lokinet release with binaries that are much more stable than the last release. We’re actively testing lots of additional applications, like the iOS wallet and Lokinet for iOS.

Loki Core

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Loki Launcher

The Loki Launcher is a node JS package that will allow for the independent management of all the components to run a full Service Node. This includes managing Lokinet, Lokid and the Loki storage server. When Loki Service Nodes begin to route data and store messages for Lokinet and Loki Messenger, the Loki Launcher will need to be run on every single Service Node.

Right now the Launcher is in a testing phase, so you should only use it on Testnet and Stagenet - though feedback/issues and pull requests would be greatly appreciated!

  • DockerFile and launcher-docker config
  • Handle command line option overrides to launcher.ini and also support --config-file reading
  • --connect-only options
  • Commits can be found here: https://github.com/loki-project/loki-launcher/commits/master
  • Github Pulse: Excluding merges, 2 authors have pushed 10 commits to master and 10 commits to all branches. On master, 6 files have changed and there have been 371 additions and 67 deletions.

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Lokinet

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